During lockdown, lock in new skills and knowledge

April 30, 2020

Have you been put on the Government Furlough Scheme recently and have more free time on your hands? Or are you in full-time employment but without having enough work to get you through the day? Or you might be saving hours every week simply by no longer having to commute to an office!

So how do you make the most of this free time? If you are struggling to utilise the extra free time, you might want to consider growing your skillset by signing up for our Certificate in Charity Legacy Administration (CiCLA).

CiCLA is the only nationally accredited legacy qualification in the UK. The course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of legacy professionals or anyone who is interested in learning more about the administration of legacies to charities. The course offers flexibility and can be undertaken online with course materials and assessments also accessible online.

There is no better time to aspire to learn a new skill and take up a professional course that will make you more employable and valuable in the post-pandemic financially uncertain future. Having a CiCLA qualification will help you to achieve your full potential and give you a real career advantage by enhancing your existing skills or acquiring new ones. On a personal development level, you will also become more confident having achieved a qualification and learned something new that will leave you better prepared for the future. What better way to get through this difficult time of isolation and uncertainty than by keeping your mind busy.

If you are interested in enrolling on CiCLA or have any questions about the course, you can find out much more here, including how to get in touch and the option to pay in instalments.


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